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Old 9th February 2005, 12:13   #1
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Default NVIDIA's GeForce Go 6600 and GeForce Go 6200 Launch

TurboCache and HyperMemory, schemes where the GPU's rendering pipelines can write data back out to system memory after processing it, as well as reading from it, are somewhat suited to being used in a laptop. AGP lets you read from system memory, mapped by the AGP host and accessible by the GPU. PCI Express lets you do the same in the other direction, writing back to the PCI Express graphics (PEG) host and therefore back into system memory. The driver, GPU (with its integrated MMU) and PEG host all conspire to let it happen.

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